From traditional to improved methods of oil processing

The Agriculture Machinery Centre (AMC), with support from the Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP), has developed an improved method of oil extraction, in order to keep the organic More...

Education loan launched for economically disadvantaged students

The Student Loan Scheme for tertiary education made possible under the Economic Stimulus Plan will provide students with the funds to continue their education. According to More...

Lesson for Bhutan from FDI flows in South Asia and the World

The research paper on ‘Engine of FDI in South Asia, Lesson for Bhutan’ by Sanjeev Mehta was presented to participants from different agencies in Thimphu yesterday in a session More...

Forest fires in the country increases manifold

Even with a stern legislation and public awareness in place to prevent forest fires, and yet thousands of acres of forest lands are destroyed by fires every year, threatening wildlife More...

Bhutan Democracy Dialogue launched to strengthen the gift of democracy

Her Majesty the Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck graced the launching of the Bhutan Democracy Dialogue’s website and logo at the Royal Banquet Hall, Thimphu yesterday. The More...

MoA exploring higher yielding rice with shorter growing time

Although Bhutan aims to achieve food security through increasing the production of cereal crops especially rice the effort More...

His Majesty The King, Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen, and members of the Royal Family offered prayers (Tenzhug) for His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo

His Majesty The King, Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen, and members of the Royal Family offered prayers (Tenzhug) for More...

Relooking at the rural-urban migration debate

For quite some time now there has been hue and cry over the growing rural-urban migration...

Private sector blues

There have been two things that the government has been doing enthusiastically for quite some time,...

Time for the mining sector to pay up

The mining sector’s image has taken a severe beating over the past few years on everything...

Bhutan and India: Evolving Ties in Changing Times (Part 2)

Significance of Modi’s Visit to Bhutan Two significant diplomatic events took place soon after the BJP-led More...

Our Outdated towns

BBC was showing a video of a street in London shot over hundred years ago and they were amazed at the..

Bhutan and India: Evolving Ties in Changing Times (Part 1)

Hydropower Development Bhutan has a total hydro power capacity of 30,000 MW, and an economically viable total capacity of 23,760 MW,..

To be a digital storyteller

The Youth Media Center (YMC) in collaboration with Department of Information and Media, Ministry of Information More...

World Health Day to highlight food safety

The World Health Day – 2015, under the theme ‘From Farm to Plate, Make Food Safe’ will be celebrated in Phuentsholing..

NC passes LG Entitlement Bill of Bhutan

The Upper House passed the Local Government Entitlement Bill of Bhutan, 2014 as proposed by the Good Governance Committee of National..

Being an intelligent Patriot

The hot air being generated on social media about the RGB’s recent decision to put on hold the road construction projects..

Bhutan’s two heroes with three important goals in between them

Striker and jersey number 7 Chencho Gyeltshen 19 scored two goals during the second leg of the World Cup qualifiers against..

Constitutional heads of ACC, ECB and RAA to finish term by August 2015

In what will be an important period of transition for Bhutan’s Constitutional bodies the heads and commissioners of three constitutional bodies..

From traditional to improved methods of oil processing

The Agriculture Machinery Centre (AMC), with support from the Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP), has developed an improved method of oil..